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The World is Saved

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Aug 6, 2011 | 9:56 PM EDT
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The Anthem of the Gamer.

The World is Saved is a new epic song and anthem for video game fans. Made in the pixel-art style of SNES (Super Nintendo) cutscenes, this video was a collaborative effort from IGN's Podcast Beyond community. IGN's Ryan Clements pulled together a small team of volunteers to animate a video for Danny Wiessner's latest single. The video debuted at the end of the live recording of Podcast Beyond Episode 200, which can be viewed here:

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Music written and performed by Danny Wiessner.
Art by pandamusk, Benjamin A. Smith (Ekublai), and Michael Hruby (Wastedkitten).
Artwork Referenced: "Fireside Chat" by Matt Rhodes.
Editing by Sam Alegria.

The World is Saved single is available for purchase on iTunes.

Follow Us on Twitter: Danny @tuanews, Ben @Ekublai, pandamusk @pandamusk, Michael @wastedkitten, and Sam @SamAlegria

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Update V2: Neglected to credit Matt Rhodes for his reference art:



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Freaking beautiful


Rated 5 / 5 stars

People dont understand us Gamers, but you do.

This song captures everything it is to be a gamer. This is definitly being added to my playlist.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Job

This brings back memories of when Oblivion came out. Reminds me of the good old days with a great RPG. And, this is what is going to happen when Skrym comes out. Great job, good music and good flash. Keep it up!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

thank you

just thank you


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well done guys.

Very well done. It's quite clear the amount of effort that went into this collaboration, and mostly very nice. The animation fits in very well with the music, and accents the melancholy mood quite nicely. I do have to admit that there were a few pictures that didn't seem to stand up to the rest of the artwork, but it was a minor detail.

Musically, I won't say much. As suggested below, a rhyming scheme might be a bit more effective.

All in all, a great collaboration and I recommend this to anyone else who's up at two in the morning.